Because the attribute "aria-required" is supported by commonly used browser-assistive technology combinations, many consider its use as the easiest and most optimal method for indicating that input is required for a field. Yet, recommending its use may not be so straightforward from a strict WCAG 2 compliance viewpoint. Conveying in an accessible manner that input for a field is required is necessary only when there… Continue Reading Aria-required=true: WCAG 2 Compliance versus Best Practice
Today's expert post comes from Dylan Barrell, Deque's Vice President of Product Development. Dylan has almost 20 years of experience in technology development, technical sales, product management, product marketing, and corporate development. Dylan believes in leading through action to create value for shareholders and the community. Responsive Accessible Data Tables with a jQuery Plugin There are a handful of blog postings on accessible tables, the… Continue Reading Responsive Accessible Data Tables with jQuery
"Techniques for Labeling Standard HTML Form Controls" is an advanced accessibility technique post by Deque Principal Consultant Sailesh Panchang. In this post, Sailesh gives detailed information about how to code standard HTML form controls, making sure they are correctly labelled for accessibility.